Showing posts with label glam metal. Show all posts
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Tuesday, August 25, 2020

List of all songs by Steel Panther





As a following to my post The 10 Best Steel Panther Songs, I had the pleasure to list all of Danger Kitty AKA Metal Shop AKA Metal Skool AKA Metal Sludge All-Stars AKA Steel Panther songs under the same roof. And I've placed them, more or less, in order of personal preference. I insist on the more or less aspect of the below list, since it is hard to rank songs that are all bitchin', good and catchy in their own way.
Bonus, each of their Masterpiece of a song are linked to their bitchin' YouTube link for your enjoyment.


Steel Panther recorded songs, including covers and ads.

  1. Death To All But Metal (Hey That's What I Call Sludge 1, 2004 as Metal Sludge All-Stars & Feel The Steel, 2009)
  2. Heavy Metal Rules (Heavy Metal Rules, 2019)
  3. Gods Of Pussy (Heavy Metal Rules, 2019)
  4. Party All Day (Feel The Steel, 2009)
  5. Eye Of A Panther (Feel The Steel, 2009)
  6. Hell's On Fire (Hole Patrol, 2003 as Metal Shop/Metal Skool & Feel The Steel, 2009 - bonus track)
  7. I Got What You Want (Lower The Bar, 2017)
  8. I Want Pussy (Single LP Community Property, 2009)
  9. It Won't Suck Itself (Balls Out, 2011)
  10. Love Rocket (Love Rocket '83 single, 2001 as Danger Kitty for a Discover® Card commercial)
  11. Asian Hooker (Feel the Steel, 2009)
  12. Stripper Girl (Hole Patrol, 2003 as Metal Shop/Metal Skool & Feel The Steel, 2009)
  13. Don't Stop Believing (2010's Journey cover)
  14. The Burden Of Being Wonderful (All You Can Eat, 2014)
  15. Whole Lotta Rosie (AC/DC cover)
  16. All I Wanna Do Is Fuck (Myself Tonight) (Heavy Metal Rules, 2019)
  17. Gloryhole (All You Can Eat, 2014)
  18. Community Property (Feel The Steel, 2009)
  19. Always Gonna Be A Ho (Heavy Metal Rules, 2019)
  20. Let's Get High Tonight (Heavy Metal Rules, 2019)
  21. I Want Your Tits (UK promo CD of Death To All But Metal, 2009)
  22. Party Like Tomorrow Is The End Of The World (All You Can Eat, 2014)
  23. Poontang Boomerang (Lower The Bar, 2017)
  24. Eatin' Ain't Cheatin' (Feel The Steel, 2009)
  25. Fuck Everybody (Heavy Metal Rules, 2019)
  26. I Want It That Way (2010 Backstreet Boys cover)
  27. Big Boobs (Hole Patrol, 2003 as Metal Shop/Metal Skool)
  28. Tomorrow Night (Balls Out, 2011) 
  29. Hail To The Victor (2014, featuring Rob Riggle and Lil Jon, as featured on the NFL)
  30. That's When You Came In (Lower The Bar, 2017)
  31. Supersonic Sex Machine (Balls Out, 2011)
  32. Gold Digging Whore (Balls Out, 2011)
  33. Turn Out the Lights (Feel The Steel, 2009)
  34. 17 Girls In A Row (Balls Out, 2011)
  35. The Shocker (Feel The Steel, 2009)
  36. If You Really Really Love Me (Balls Out, 2011)
  37. Anything Goes (Lower The Bar, 2017)
  38. That's What Girls Are For (Balls Out, 2011)
  39. Goin' In The Backdoor (Lower The Bar, 2017)
  40. Pussywhipped (All You Can Eat, 2014)
  41. Just Like Tiger Woods (Balls Out, 2011)
  42. Fat Girl (Hole Patrol, 2003 as Metal Shop/Metal Skool & Feel The Steel, 2009)
  43. Wasted Too Much Time (Lower The Bar, 2017)
  44. She's Tight (Lower The Bar, 2017)
  45. Wrong Side Of The Track (Out In Beverly Hills) (Lower The Bar, 2017)
  46. Why Can't You Trust Me (Balls Out, 2011)
  47. Sexy Santa (2009)
  48. Gangbang At The Old Folks Home (All You Can Eat, 2014)
  49. Sneaky Little Bitch (Heavy Metal Rules, 2019)
  50. If I Was The King (All You Can Eat, 2014)
  51. You're Beautiful When You Don't Talk (All You Can Eat, 2014)
  52. I'm Not Your Bitch (Heavy Metal Rules, 2019)
  53. I Like Drugs (Balls Out, 2011)
  54. Critter (Balls Out, 2011)
  55. B.V.S. (All You Can Eat, 2014)
  56. Now The Fun Starts (Lower The Bar, 2017)
  57. Fucking My Heart In The Ass (All You Can Eat, 2014)
  58. Ten Strikes You're Out (All You Can Eat, 2014)
  59. Let Me Cum In (Balls Out, 2011)
  60. Pussy Ain't Free (Lower The Bar, 2017)
  61. Metal Shop (Hole Patrol, 2003 as Metal Shop/Metal Skool)
  62. Momentary Epiphany (Lower The Bar, 2017)
  63. Walk Of Shame (Lower The Bar, 2017)
  64. Bukkake Tears (All You Can Eat, 2014)
  65. She's On The Rag (All You Can Eat, 2014)
  66. Cleveland Roxx (Hole Patrol, 2003 - Presidents Of The United States cover & bonus track as Metal Shop/Metal Skool)
  67. Handicapped Slut (Balls Out, 2011 - bonus track only released in Japan)
  68. People Are Stoopid (All You Can Eat, 2014 - bonus track only released in Japan)
  69. Fantasy (2009 Aldo Nova cover)
  70. Weenie Ride (Balls Out, 2011)
  71. Do You Wanna Do Me (Balls Out, 2011 - bonus track only released in Japan)
  72. I Ain't Buying What You're Selling (Heavy Metal Rules, 2019)
  73. Girl From Oklahoma (Feel The Steel, 2009)
  74. The Stocking Song.
  75. Red Headed Step Child (Lower The Bar, 2017 - bonus track)


If you know any song I might have forgot. Leave a comment below.




Sunday, June 7, 2020

The 10 Best Steel Panther Songs

David Lee Ralph of the Atomic Punks.  #PMRC PunkMetalRap.com
Ralph Saenz as David Lee Ralph
of the Atomic Punks
(Van Halen tribute band 1978-1984)
The Atomic Punks were so good that David Lee Roth, the real one, "stole" two of their guitarists and once wanted to get the entire band, except for his doppelganger David Lee Ralph.


For Michael Starr, lead singer of Steel Panther, Van Halen and David Lee Roth are EVERYTHING.


"Everything I did from that point on was basically influenced by Van Halen or wanting to be similar to David Lee Roth. It was pretty common for a lot of my peers to want to do the same, too. They were the first super heavy metal group from LA to break out and they’ve filtered into all of my bands. I don’t care if people accuse me of trying to be like David Lee Roth; I take that as a compliment. It’s an influence, and the reason it’s called an influence is because you put it in the pot, mix it up and make your own soup to serve everybody. I’ve been influenced by a bunch of guys over the years, but David Lee Roth has always been my main influence. He’s the king."


"The heroin of rock for me - Van Halen."

With Steel Panther, Michael Starr wanted to be just like Van Halen and David Lee Roth were at their peak in 1978-1984. Talented musicians, funny and sexy entertainers that women want to fuck and guys want to be.
Steel Panther Official Site

I probably love Steel Panther even more than Michael Starr loves Van Halen.

For me, Steel Panther is THE Ultimate Band.
For most of my life, I used to think that Guns N' Roses was the Ultimate Band but Steel Panther did the impossible by dethroning them. 

I don't like what GNR became. Chinese Democracy SUCKS big time!!! The original lineup was magic. Axl, Slash, Duff, Izzy, and Steven are the only five members that matter. The rest are/were Axl Rose's brown-nosed lackeys or employees. The only exception being Buckethead, amazing talent, unique look, and eccentric weirdo personality. Buckethead was the only one worthy of Guns N' Roses.

To me, just as Mötley Crüe lost their momentum when they fired Vince Neil after Dr. Feelgood. Guns N' Roses lost their identity thanks to the dictatorial fuckin' crazy attitude of W. Axl Rose (the WAR initiales aren't for nothing) who fired all original members one by one. My opinion.

Guns N' Roses vs Steel Panther.  #PMRC PunkMetalRap.com

VS.

Guns N' Roses vs Steel Panther.  #PMRC PunkMetalRap.com


Now, coming back to Steel Panther, Michael Starr was asked to do a Top 10 of his favorite Van Halen songs. Which gave me the idea to do my top 10 best Steel Panther songs. Since Steel Panther are my Van Halen.


The first 3 are my top 3. The first three Steel Panther songs that came to mind when I decided to write this article. The seven other songs required a little more reflexion. They are in no particular order.


1- Death To All But Metal (Feel the Steel, 2009)


The fuckin' anthem for any true Heavy Metal fan. Period.



2- Heavy Metal Rules (Heavy Metal Rules, 2019)


It could be considered as a close second true Heavy Metal anthem. 
Just like "Death To All But Metal", great music, great lyrics, great video.



3- Gods of Pussy (Heavy Metal Rules, 2019)


How to not love this awesome song and the music video? 
Impossible!
The lyrics, the video, the chicks... It's all me, baby!



4- Party All Day (Feel the Steel, 2009)



An excellent live band, never sloppy and too fucked up to perform. Steel Panther are always at their fuckin' best! High energy!




5- Eye Of A Panther (Feel the Steel, 2009)


Same as above. High energy and pure entertainment to see them live. They rules! They are the best!!




6- Hell's On Fire (Hole Patrol, 2003 as Metal Shop/Metal Skool)


Very Heavy Metal sound! I like Michael Starr's screamin' Metal voice on it!!




7- I Got What You Want 


Fuckin' great and high energy! Yes I know I repeat myself.



8- I Want Pussy 


What else do you want?! A bombastic performance as always and the fuck dolls were the cherry on top.




9- It Won't Suck Itself 


It says it all!



10- Love Rocket (Love Rocket '83 single, 2001 as Danger Kitty for a Discover® Card commercial)

 


I had to include it, because it's where everything started.

Asian Hooker (Feel the Steel, 2009); Stripper Girl (Hole Patrol, 2003 as Metal Shop/Metal Skool); Don't Stop Believing (2010s Journey cover) and much more...

All Steel Panther songs are catchy and high energy. No fillers, there is never a dull moment with Steel Panther.

I was raised or more accurately, choose to raise myself on Heavy Metal, pro wrestling, porn and maybe gangster movies?! 
Imagine if I had Steel Panther when I was 13 years old!!!
Holy shit!! I can't imagine what I would be today?!
Maybe an even more extreme version of myself.... Uhh

Anyway, just like I do everyday.

Listen and enjoy Steel Panther!



#DeathToAllButMetal

#HeavyMetalRules

#SteelPantherRocks


Health & Wealth


PYGOD.COM


Steel Panther discography  #PMRC PunkMetalRap.com


Sources and related links:
https://www.loudersound.com/features/rock-icons-david-lee-roth-michael-starr-van-halen-steel-panther
https://www.loudersound.com/features/10-best-van-halen-songs-steel-panther-michael-starr-david-lee-roth
http://www.vhnd.com/2014/11/09/van-halen-was-the-heroin-of-rock-for-me/
https://www.theguardian.com/music/2012/feb/02/david-lee-roth-van-halen
http://www.vhlinks.com/vbforums/threads/2826-New-Interview-With-Ralph-Saenz-of-the-Atomic-Punks!


Thursday, May 14, 2020

"I Don't Feel Tardy" Van Halen shirt worn by Michael Starr of Steel Panther


"I Don't Feel Tardy" shirt as worn by Michael Starr of Steel Panther in "Death To All But Metal" music video. #PMRC PunkMetalRap.com





"I Don't Feel Tardy" is a lyrics from the Van Halen song "Hot For A Teacher" from the album 1984. Van Halen being the all time favorite band of Steel Panther lead singer Michael Starr who used to be the vocalist for the David Lee Roth-era Van Halen tribute band Atomic Punks from May 1994 to December 2008, where he was known as David Lee Ralph.


David Lee Roth & Eddie Van Halen





I love Steel Panther

Steel Panther - Heavy Metal Rules  #PMRC PunkMetalRap.com
Stix Zadinia, Michael Starr, Lexxi Foxx, and Satchel.












Steel Panther is more addictive than I don't know the fuck what??!!
But believe me, Steel Panther is addictive. A very good and healthy addiction for once.

Steel Panther epitomizes everything glam metal is, was, and will forever be. The look, the attitude, the lyrics, and the music. And damn, their music is so freakin' damn good! All their songs are good, catchy songs with melody and straight to the point lyrics that you can clearly understand. Their music videos are damn excellent!!

Heavy Metal Rules. Death to all but Metal.

If there is a definition for music, it's Heavy Metal. And if there is a definition for Heavy Metal, it's Steel Panther.

Music = Heavy Metal
Heavy Metal = Steel Panther









Steel Panther was originally formed in Los Angeles, California, United States as Metal Shop in 1997, changed their name a couple of time before finally settling to Steel Panther in 2008.

Metal Shop (1997–2003)
Danger Kitty (2001)
Metal Skool (2003–2008)
Steel Panther (2008-Present)

Steel Panther is the Ultimate Glam Metal Band straight outta 1980s, UNCENSORED.



Band Members

Vocals: Michael Starr / Michael Diamond / David Lee Ralph / Michael Saenz (Ralph Saenz) 1997-Present
Guitar: Satchel / Rikki Ratchet (Russ Parrish) 1997-Present
Bass: Lexxi Foxx / Ginger Roxx (Travis Haley) 1997-Present
Drums: Blackhead (Ray Luzier1997-2003
Stix Zadinia (Darren Leader) 2003-Present


Albums


Love Rocket (2001) single


Hole Patrol (2003)


Feel The Steel (2009)



Balls Out (2011)


British Invasion (2012) live


All You Can Eat (2014)



Live From Lexxi's Mom's Garage (2016) live



Lower The Bar (2017)



Heavy Metal Rules (2019)




Sources and related links:
https://www.steelpantherrocks.com/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steel_Panther
http://rar745.blogspot.com/2016/03/steel-panther-rock-parody-in-blue.html
https://aminoapps.com/c/metal/page/item/steel-panther/pXVC_pIR7DgzG6eV5LkeGw8VPZ5Vjq1
https://www.loudersound.com/features/rock-icons-david-lee-roth-michael-starr-van-halen-steel-panther
https://www.last.fm/music/Danger+Kitty/+wiki
https://steelpantherband.tumblr.com
https://www.metalblast.net/interviews/fuck-everybody-an-intimate-interview-with-michael-starr/
http://forum.stripovi.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=47499&whichpage=199




Steel Panther AKA Danger Kitty - Love Rocket (2001)







Discover® Card commercial (2001)

 "The year was 1983 and Danger Kitty released their hit single 'Love Rocket'. With it came instant fame and fortune. They bought mansions, cars and the finest women's clothing. But by 1984 the fans left, the fortune was gone and the dream was over. Desperate for money, Danger Kitty last performed at the Smuckler bar mitzvah."





Love Rocket lyrics:

"I want you,
You want satisfaction
But are you ready for a...
Nuclear reaction!?
I'm your - Love rocket!
Wow!
Love rocket!
To feel the burn, well... you just have to unlock it
I'm your - Love rocket!"
















Danger Kitty biography

The year was 1983. Rock and Roll was in a season of change. Punk Rock was on the downturn, anti-establishers were establishing, and gone were the days of "just be yourself". People were looking to be someone else. They were looking for an escape, for a new sound. Well, lucky for them, the music industry, and purveyors of fine hairsprays worldwide, just such a sound was being formed in a tiny garage outside the town of Mulch, WV. It was a sound that would soon blow the roof off the Rock and Roll industry, not to mention the tops off of millions of adoring young fans. The sound would be known as Glam Rock. The band would be known as Danger Kitty. This is their story.

Packing all their gear and fashion accessories into an old, rusted out funeral hearse, Danger Kitty set off for L.A. in January of 1983 with dreams of making it big some day. "Hey, if we can rock the @#?! out of the bars in Mulch, we can rock the @#?! out of the bars in L.A," lead singer Michael Diamond would say. "Rock and Roll has no boundaries, man! @#?! yeah!"

However, once in the city, it seemed that a life of poverty was never far away. Since Rock and Roll was in a transition phase, some bars were reluctant to let the new sound of Danger Kitty loose. It wouldn't be until about two months after their arrival that they got their first big break. It just so happened that the lead singer for "Bust You in the Mouth" came down with a severe case of pink eye causing the band to cancel their show at the Hollywood Hills Starstruck Inn. Needing a replacement band quickly, Starstruck manager, Eduardo Navas, made the call to Danger Kitty. "If it hadn't been for Eduardo's foresight, man, who knows where we'd be," Diamond would say. "Maybe the Blue Marlin Inn."

Pretty soon it was a gig here and a gig there. More gigs here, more gigs there. Things began to pick up for Danger Kitty. Their dreams were beginning to materialize. And in a relatively short period of time, they had developed a large following of fellow ascot-around-the-knee wearers. The future was bright.

It was the Spring of 1983 when the bomb exploded. Danger Kitty began to take the club scene by storm. Rocking out tunes like " Bang On The Wall Of Rock" and "Venom In My Veins", Danger Kitty was soon selling out venues and raising industry eyebrows. But it wasn't until they released "Love Rocket" would the world really know what it meant to wear leopard print pants. "Love Rocket" rocketed them to instant stardom. They signed a megamillion dollar deal with Bouffant Records and toured the states the way a tornado tours a trailer park. They were the epitome of rock stars. There was nothing they couldn't have. Nothing they wouldn't buy. The lead guitarist, Rikki Ratchet, even bought his pet elephant a manicurist. It was Glam Rock at its mightiest. And it was the beginning of the end for Danger Kitty.

In October of 1983, the mascara had begun to run. Overspending, poor money management and copycat Glam Rockers soon knocked Danger Kitty off the teased hair scene. Achieve a little fame, get a little money and buy the most expensive women's clothing you could find. It was an all too familiar path traveled by a many would-be rock stars who let the success go to their heads. Danger Kitty had fallen into the trap and by February of 1984, their assault on the fashion industry had come to a screeching halt.

Reduced to private parties and PTA meetings, Danger Kitty frontman, Michael Diamond, kept a positive outlook during the lean years. "Look man," said Diamond "life runs in circles. Boxer shorts, man? They're back. Back in a big way. And platform shoes? Back. Now, will Glam Rock be back? Man, I don't know. But what I do know is boxer shorts and platform shoes - and they're back, man. They're back."

Words never rang truer, for only a couple months ago, Danger Kitty was approached by Discover Card to star in their latest ad campaign. It took all of about 2.3 seconds for the band to come back to Discover Card with a resounding, "$@#! yeah, dude, what are you kidding us, of course, where do we sign, anyone got a pen?!!"

The Kitty was back.

"Listen man," Diamond said after signing the Discover Card deal, "if selling out to these corporate, fascist, pinko-lovin', yes-men is what we've got to do to get back to the top, then that's what we're gonna do. They're giving us exposure, a cd deal, a sponsored gig or two, and some of those really nice frilly things you attach to your sleeve to look like a pirate. It's cool, man. It's cool."

Yes, Michael, it is cool. Now the only question that remains is if the world will think it cool. Are they ready for another onslaught of ripped jeans, teased hair, and uninspired lyrics? No one knows for sure. But, if Danger Kitty can return to their magical 1983 form, well, let's just say hairspray sales should dramatically increase.

Meow.









Sources and related links:
http://www.i-mockery.com/weeklies/weekly.php?type=music&id=25
https://www.last.fm/music/Danger+Kitty/+wiki
https://tprs.com/interviews/steel-panther-discusses-good-old-days-danger-kitty/
https://www.steelpantherrocks.com/





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